what of it? Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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what of it?

informal
used to rudely say that you do not think something is important: "That's the third time you've done that!" "Yeah, what of it?"
Translations of “what of it?”
in Chinese (Traditional) 那又怎麼樣呢?那又有甚麼關係?…
in Chinese (Simplified) 那又怎么样呢?那又有什么关系?…
(Definition of what of it? from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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